Apple is Developing a Smart Ring!

Apple is working on a more powerful smart ring to compete in the market with Samsung's Galaxy Ring. Here are the details!

As Apple’s annual events are just days away, information about new products and devices continues to come. The company is now working on an ambitious product that will heat up its competition with Samsung.

A product that could rival the Galaxy Ring, which Samsung will introduce at the next Unpacked event, is undoubtedly coming from Apple. The first details about the product, which is planned to be equipped with features that can put smartwatch models into history, started to come.

What will be the Apple Smart Ring Features?
The technology giant offers details such as measuring heart rhythm, sleep tracking and the amount of calories burned to its users with smartwatch models. With the development of watches and receiving updates, the accuracy in measurements increases.

However, it is preparing to replace smartwatches, which most users complain about battery and comfort or do not use, with a very ambitious one. According to a report from South Korea, the company is developing a smart ring similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Ring in order to closely monitor users’ health metrics.

According to Macrumors, considering Apple CEO Tim Cock’s motto “be the best, not the first”, it is thought that Apple will want to observe how Samsung follows the smart ring project in the first stage.

According to another source, Electronik Times, Apple is working on the smart ring’s ability to stay on the finger for a long time without charging and to be comfortable even while sleeping. The company says it sees this idea as a viable expansion of its entire wearable lineup.

It is also noteworthy that a patent application has been filed for the smart ring to be NFC-enabled.

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